Trust The Word, Trust In God

Posted by Corey Mills on Wednesday, May 24, 2017 Under: Personal Analysis (Group Posting Encouraged)
Always, the words throughout the Canon of Scripture are tested, and the outcomes are always truth.  

Here are some personal truths in my life, gained from experience, and regretted for the remainder of this sentence:
"Do not be unequally yoked with unbelievers. For what partnership has righteousness with lawlessness? Or what fellowship has light with darkness? (2 Corinthians 6:14). I remember meeting a person several years back, whom God warned me about saying stay away from. As lonely as I was during that time, I did not heed- I did place effort. Through that relationship, my prayer life was stripped away, my realized ambition was stripped away, my life and character completely changed, and I no longer had a true love for God and his people. I was taken from my life of devotion into a pit of perplexity. Although, I often attempted to rekindle that love and reverence I had with God, it seemed that it could no longer be done. (Anyone who picks up to plow and turn back is not fit for the kingdom, I read. How much was I filled with sorrow!).

I began a relationship that was unhealthy for me. Although I knew my vulnerability for people, I progressed into a place that was not safe for me. I felt that I could no longer have fellowship with Jesus and the Father because I couldn't let go of the thing that weighed on me. "Please, Help Me!"- I prayed to God. (I read, "If we say we have fellowship with him while we walk in darkness, we lie and do not practice the truth."  How sad could this be for me!

The relationship I developed ruined my relationship with God. I wished I had never disobeyed. I felt like I totally missed God so much that when I thought about Him, it brought tears to my eyes because I believed I failed Him. How could I reject a person in their hardship for God when it is God  who gets them out of hardship? How can I go and think to help them in their hardship and only fall down deeper with them? How can I leave them in their hardship when God is calling me out? Where will I be able to go, now that I am homeless, because of the disobedience- now that God has called me out of this situation? These are many questions that generated during that time. I was completely broken. How helpless did I feel! How could I let someone else control my life? I no longer had the mental capacity I once had due to going to a level I only knew as a child.

Once you hit bottom and the only place you can look is up, try forsaking all that you have that you rekindle that Fire and love you once had for Jesus and His Kingdom.

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Corey Mills Thank you for joining in. My hope and prayer is that you will be encouraged as you read the messages of the Daily Verse and Daily Flow. I pray that God delivers each of us from evil, and that we all are strengthened by the Power of the Holy Spirit. Thank you for reading. Your Humble Servant, Corey Mills
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